Adobe has been previewing more and more CS6 features in the run up to its release, and today we have something significantly more interesting than its darkened UI. In a video posted to its YouTube channel, Adobe demonstrated a nice update to its content-aware fill tool introduced in CS5, but the real surprise is content-aware move, which adds the ability to easily move around any piece of a photo with minimal disturbance to the pixels around it and automatically replace the background in a natural way. You'll also be able to extend portions of a photo in the same way, eliminating artifacts that would come from stretching. The CS6 feature appears to be shockingly easy to use, requiring only a rough selection around the object you want to move or extend, with the Photoshop secret sauce taking care of the rest. We still don't have a firm release date for CS6, but you'll be able to doctor all the photos you want if you subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud later this year.